It’s taken me a while to write a certain project, and although I don’t like that very much (that it has taken me this long), it’s taught me a few good lessons. Like a stitch in time saves nine. If I write something soon as it comes in the form of an idea or inspiration, it’ll save up on the total amount of time I would take putting ten of them down together, not counting the energy to remember. Again, I have fallen short of my own standards of putting down at least inspirational thing a day.
I now understand that though people may mean well, they may not quite get to do what they plan to do, or how they planned to do it.
So I’m less judgmental and less harshly critical of imperfections, both in me and in others. I’m learning to operate under the grace of God, you know, forgiveness, patience, longsuffering, tolerance – not because we shouldn’t do what we’re supposed to do, but because we are fallible and any good that we do, is not because we are so capable and well meaning, but rather because of the grace of the living God.